Introduction

 

The Computing and Information Technology (ICT) industry includes people working for companies that produce and service ICT products and people who work in ICT-related occupations within other industries. Common areas of work within the industry include  computer engineering (development of systems that involve software hardware, and communications), information systems (computing in an organisational context, typically in businesses) and information technology (focuses on computing infrastructure and the needs of individual users).

Graduation Award for New Zealand Certificate in Information Technology Essentials (Level 4)

The New Zealand Certificate in Information Technology Essentials level 4 is an introductory IT course that includes papers in hardware, networking, web design and programming. The course is designed to allow students to apply an IT knowledge in hardware and applications to support a range of business needs. 

In support of this qualification the New Plymouth branch of TSB Bank is sponsoring a graduation award, The TSB Award for Excellence in Information Technology Essentials Level 4. This award will be presented at the certificate graduation ceremony to the overall top student for the programme.

 

Graduation Award for New Zealand Diploma in Information Technology Technical Support (Level 5)

The New Zealand Diploma in Information Technology Technical Support level 5 gives students a  broad understanding of the core concepts and practical skills in Information Technology (IT), with a technical support focus. 

In support of this qualification NakiCloud (Taranaki’s first and only commercially available Data Centre) is sponsoring a graduation award The NakiCloud Award for Excellence in Information Technology Technical support Level 5. This award will be presented at the diploma and degree graduation ceremony to the overall top student for the programme.